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Golf Australia Express : Issue 8
BAM-BOO WEEKLEY Made from bamboo and polyester, Dixon Golf’s golf shirt is great for keeping you cool on course, or feeding your panda back home. No matter which colour you end up choosing, you’ll feel comfortable knowing you’re contributing to making the golf world a little greener. $79; dixongolf.com.au GIFT THE COLOUR IN BE-YOUR-OWN CADDIE This yellow-dominant number from Callaway is an easily portable stand bag for those of you too tight to hire a buggy. With full length dividers and a four-point double strap, the Hyper Lite makes looping for yourself a breeze. $299; callawaygolf.com WHAT TO BUY FOR THE GOLFER IN YOUR FAMILY BRIGHT EYES Oakley’s popular Flak Jacket sunglasses just got even hotter— red hotter. Golf specific with a polarised option for reduced glare, these fellas are as protective as they are cool. $319; au.oakley.com TRENDY TREADS Not so much for the conservative golfer, rather the loudest among your foursome, the Puma Golf Cell Fusion 2 (that’s right, you get both left and right versions) are worn by “our boy” Rickie Fowler on the PGA Tour each week, so you know they’re damn good. puma.com KOREA CHOICE Keep track of your balls by adding a splash of colour to your game. Volvik’s Tour-performance range—the Vista iv— come in boring-as-batpoo white, no-so - mellow yellow, and damn-hot pink. Great performing balls for the modern golfer. volvikgolfusa.com